DeLillo Cabochon and Pearl Parure mid-1960's to mid-1970's
WHO'S READY FOR SOME SPRINGTIME??? Well, even if Spring is a few months away, wearing this set will give you the boost you need until then. It was created by the "de Lillo" team of William deLillo and Robert Clark. DeLillo had been a designer at Cartier and Harry Winston when he joined forces with Clark, who had been the chief designer at Miriam Haskell. As you can see that there was a lot of talent there! Their partnership lasted a brief time from the mid 70's to the mid-70's and as a result, their pieces are very hard to find.....and much harder to find a set.
The bracelet measures 7.75" long, the brooch is 2.5" x 1" and the earrings are 3.25" long x 1.5" wide. The turquoise glass cabochons are absolutely clear and glorious. The glass pearls are in excellent condition. Both the bracelet and brooch are signed.
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